World Arbitration and Mediation Review
February 2010 view as PDF
Enforcing an arbitration award in England & Wales is usually a relatively straightforward process. Once an arbitral award is issued, then subject to any contrary agreement by the parties or right of challenge, the award is immediately enforceable. Clearly, however, situations can and do arise which may complicate the process. This comment considers three such cases in the English courts which have addressed more unusual issues. First the decision of the Supreme Court in Dallah Real Estate & Tourism Holding Co. v. Ministry of Religous Affairs, Government of Pakistan clarified...
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